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Samir Nasri

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 May 12, 23:23

I think I'll try that in the game, in my OF I have at TS: 82 & ACC: 84, and with those numbers is still able to have a good start and outpace other players in the first 15m or something like that.
Players in PES 2010 are a bit faster than the 2009 version, he could have TS: 83 & ACC: 86 at PES 2009, but in 2010 I can't say he could have those values
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Paddy » 2010 May 13, 00:17

I'd be okay with a ACC of 85.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Jez » 2010 May 13, 01:30

I think the best example of his speed stats being overrated can be seen in Park Ji Sungs goal for United at the Emirates this season. He couldn't catch Park on the ball at all. Even Vermaelen caught up quicker than him. Granted it was near the end of the game but still.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 May 13, 09:17

I'm a bit confused here jez,
If you were talking about the away EPL game, then its a bad example to give, with all due respect
Sung has started running before Nasri who was also far from him and didn't chase him until Sung received the ball, in fact Nasri was able to catch up with him, noting that sung was running with the ball, it was the 52nd minute
I think you were talking about Rooney's goal, thats when Nasri struggled running back ans Vermaelen was faster
http://soccerblogvideo.blogspot.com/201 ... rk-ji.html
Yet, he is overrated and I would be good with TS: 82-83 & ACC: 84-85
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Jez » 2010 May 13, 12:25

I should probably watch the video first, in my mind he was a lot closer to Park to start with, still though, he didn't look that quick. I do find it interesting how Vermaelen seems to be quicker than a lot of Center backs around at the minute but we seem slightly relcutant to make him any more than an 81 for TS/ACC.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 May 14, 02:44

yeah I find it strange too that Vermaelen is slower than Gallas who needs a speed update IMO.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Jez » 2010 May 27, 13:24

Updated Speed. Was a much needed change and one that was prety much universally agreed on. (+ Cosmetic changes)
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby kendees » 2010 Jul 21, 17:47

Arsenal is leading 2-0 and he is the one who scored both goals and either was scored from free kick. It seems he has great form in the pre-seasson! :)
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Gugu » 2010 Jul 24, 12:12

kendees wrote:Arsenal is leading 2-0 and he is the one who scored both goals and either was scored from free kick. It seems he has great form in the pre-seasson! :)


Free kick acuraccy could be updated to 80

He scored some good freekicks against newcastle and sturm graz and has shown better shotting technigue than fabregas, with precision and power and seems to score more than RVP now :?

http://www.third-gen.com/arsenal/ramsey-nasri-to-pressure-rvps-free-kick-lean-streak/
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Jul 31, 16:06

What about P17 - Free Roaming? It's been discussed many times how basically all of the attacking Arsenal players have a free role and go all over the pitch and when Nasri plays as an attacking midfielder he doesn't stay in position, he covers the whole final third of the pitch looking for the ball.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Sekularac » 2010 Jul 31, 17:18

WHUfan wrote:What about P17 - Free Roaming? It's been discussed many times how basically all of the attacking Arsenal players have a free role and go all over the pitch and when Nasri plays as an attacking midfielder he doesn't stay in position, he covers the whole final third of the pitch looking for the ball.


Totally agree!
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Gugu » 2010 Aug 15, 08:19

Sekularac wrote:
WHUfan wrote:What about P17 - Free Roaming? It's been discussed many times how basically all of the attacking Arsenal players have a free role and go all over the pitch and when Nasri plays as an attacking midfielder he doesn't stay in position, he covers the whole final third of the pitch looking for the ball.


Totally agree!


Agree, because almost all of the arsenal attacking players are free moving, and don't stick to one position
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Aug 15, 11:54

Guys I don't watch him regularly so I have several questions:
Isn't this the team tactic? I mean is it a part of his playing style regaldless of the tactic? He also doesn't stay in position with France NT and previously with Marsille?
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Gugu » 2010 Aug 15, 12:29

Oswaldo wrote:Guys I don't watch him regularly so I have several questions:
Isn't this the team tactic? I mean is it a part of his playing style regaldless of the tactic? He also doesn't stay in position with France NT and previously with Marsille?


Fair point there :|

He drifts in the nt, not too sure 'bout marseille
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Abyss » 2010 Sep 19, 10:20

Awful stats, whats with his pace, slower than Diaby, get this right please. He should be atleast 87 TS and Acceleration 89-90.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Paddy » 2010 Sep 19, 20:03

He has quick feet, but he's not that fast...
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby tomi77 » 2010 Sep 20, 07:35

Paddy wrote:He has quick feet, but he's not that fast...


I think he already deserves to return to the point where it was taken some time ago by the agility.
This may be a kind of compromise when it dropped speed because of more agility, the player will have more speed in his movements, especially in changing the direction in which Nasri is doing really well.
However, I am convinced that its acceleration must be more than 85.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Sep 21, 13:54

Paddy wrote:He has quick feet, but he's not that fast...

This statement is nice. I've noticed when players get high agility they take short steps and that appears like fast legs movement, while the actual speed depends on the TS/DS value. Nasri's current set reflects this fact well.
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby tomaster » 2010 Sep 22, 22:29

Is he slower than Drogba?
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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby BigStu » 2010 Sep 23, 15:18

Yes in a flat out race, though he has the run on him over short distances

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